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Americans may block Chinese hackers from entering the U.S.
Washington - The U.S. is considering using visa restrictions to block Chinese nationals form attending two popular hacking conferences in August in the U.S. according to a senior U.S. official.
China, US to discuss cyber-security at forum
China's government will meet with US officials next week to discuss strengthening cyber-security. The two sides will meet at a "high-level" forum and Chinese officials have called on Washington to help settle territorial disputes in East Asia.
Microsoft has change of heart about CISPA — drops support
Microsoft has decided not to back CISPA citing consumer privacy concerns. One of the major corporate supporters of the draconian bill backs down.
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